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One Person Company

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One Person Company India

One Person Company

What is One Person Company?

• Section 2(62) of Companies Act 2013 defines ONE PERSON COMPANY-Means a company which has only one            person as a Member.
Rule 3 of Companies ( Incorporation) Rules 2014 say , only a natural person who is an :

          1. Indian Citizen
2. Resident in India

     Define Resident in India

• Means a person who has stayed in India for a period of not less than 182 days immediately preceding 1                  Calendar year.

• Important Note: The person mentioned above can incorporate only 1 One Person Company.

Process for Registration of One Person Company

Step 1: Form INC 1 shall be filed for Availability of name.

Step 2 : After name approval, Form INC 2 shall be filed for Incorporation of OPC within 60 days of filing INC 1
Important Note: The Subscriber to MOA of a OPC shall nominate a person after obtaining prior written                          consent of such person who shall in the event of Subscriber’s death become the member of OPC. The Name
of such person shall be mentioned in MOA of OPC and such nomination in Form INC 2 along with consent                    of nominee in Form INC 3.

 

Main Attachments along with Form INC 2.

• MOA & AOA
• PROOF OF IDENTITY OF MEMBER AND NOMINEE
• ADDRESS PROOF OF MEMBER AND NOMINEE
• PAN COPY OF MEMBER & NOMINEE
• CONSENT OF NOMINEE IN INC 3
• AFFIDAVIT FROM SUBSCRIBER AND FIRST DIRECTOR IN FORM INC 9
• SPECIMEN SIGNATURE IN FORM INC 10
• PROOF OF REGISTERED OFFICE ADDRESS LIKE LEASE DEED OR RENT AGREEMENT
• COPIES OF UTILITY BILL NOT OLDER THAN 2 MONTHS
• CONSENT FROM DIRECTOR

Main Features of OPC

1. No Company can voluntarily convert into Company of any other kind unless 2 years have expired from the date of Incorporation, except in cases where capital or turnover threshold limits are reached.

Important Note : If the Paid up share capital of Company exceeds 50 Lakhs Rupees or its Average Annual Turnover exceeds 2 crore Rupees during these 2 Years, then it shall cease to become OPC and shall have to convert it into either a Private Company or a Public Company. (Rule 6 of Companies Incorporation Rules)

Such OPC is required to convert itself either as a Public Company or Private Company within a Period of 6 months from the date on which paid up share capital or turnover exceeds threshold Limit.

Important Note: The OPC shall within a period of 60 days from the date of applicability of above provisions, give the notice to the Registrar in Form INC 5 informing that it has ceased to be an OPC.

2. The memorandum of OPC shall indicate the name of the other person, who shall, in the event of the subscriber’s death or his incapacity to contract, become the member of the Company.

3. The other Person whose name is given in the memorandum shall give his prior consent in prescribed form and the same shall be filed with Registrar of companies at the time of incorporation.

4. Such other person may be given the right to withdraw his consent.

5. The Member of OPC may at any time change the name of such other person by giving notice to the company and the company shall intimate the same to the Registrar.

6. Any such change in the name of the person shall not be deemed to be an alteration of the memorandum.
Relaxations Available to OPC.

Relaxations Available to OPC

• Mandatory Rotation of Auditor after expiry of Maximum term is not applicable
• OPC shall not require to constitute AGM.
• OPC having more than 1 Director, it shall hold one Board Meeting in half of Calendar year and time lag between 2        Meetings shall not be less than 90 days.

In short requirement of minimum no of Board meeting shall not apply to OPC.

Miscellaneous Provisions

• No minor can become Member or nominee of OPC
• OPC shall not carry out non-banking financial investment activities
• OPC cannot be converted or incorporated into a section 8 Company ( NPO Company )
• Exclusive Section for OPC – section 193 of Companies Act 2013

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